The Rubens House will remain open up to and including 8 January 2023. The museum galleries will remain open. The works in Hopland will cause some noise nuisance. From autumn onwards, the current garden will close to visitors.
The Rubens House will welcome visitors again in 2027, the year in which we celebrate the 450th anniversary of Rubens’ birth. The new-build in Hopland will open in 2024 as originally planned.
Will you be visiting the museum soon? Buy your ticket(s) online in advance so you are always sure of a slot.
You can also buy tickets at the ticket office subject to availability and as long as maximum capacity has not yet been reached.
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Peek at the neighbors
Are there long queues at the Rubens House? Museum Mayer van den Bergh and Museum Plantin-Moretus are just a short walk away.
Museum Mayer van den Bergh immerses you in a unique, homely atmosphere. Discover a marvellous collection and learn more about the man who collected it single-handedly. Don’t forget to check out Peter Brueghel’s world-famous painting of Mad Meg!
At Museum Plantin-Moretus you can walk into the print shop and home of the Plantijn-Moretus family. Just like a family friend would have done 400 years ago!